In The News06.21.2024

Pullman is a Proud Sponsor of the CT Challenge Bike Ride on July 27, 2024

Pullman & Comley is proud to support the CT Challenge Bike Ride, which aims to raise $750,000 this year to fund wellness programs for cancer survivors that fight the harsh, long-term effects of treatment. The ride starts at Greenfield Hill Congregational Church in Fairfield, CT, and includes 10, 25, 50, and 100-mile routes, as well as a virtual ride option that can be completed anywhere, by any means on any day. Rider sign-in begins at 5:00 a.m., with the 100-mile riders pushing off at 6:15 a.m. and the 50, 25, and 10-mile routes beginning at 7:45 a.m. after the Salute to Survivors and National Anthem. The festivities continue all day as the riders arrive back, with live music, food trucks, and lawn games.

“There really aren’t a lot of post-treatment resources for the long-term health challenges cancer survivors face,” says CT Challenge co-founder and childhood cancer survivor Jeff Keith. “Exercise and diet programs are proven to reduce cancer recurrence and improve quality of life, but the majority of hospitals nationwide don’t provide these services to cancer survivors. All of our generous sponsors, riders and donors help us fill that gap.”

Pullman & Comley attorney Frederic S. Ury has provided pro bono legal services to the nonprofit and will be riding with a team from the firm. "The atmosphere at the CT Challenge is so joyous and powerful," says Fred. "The cause fills a real need and the difference it makes in people’s lives is absolutely tremendous."

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